Category: MOC News

BU Leaders in MOC and RedHat Help Boston Children’s Hospital Improve Patient Outcomes

Orran Krieger, BU lead on the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC), has seen open cloud services provide advantageous opportunities for companies to innovate and manage at the infrastructure level. While Krieger acknowledges the heavy financial burden of a private cloud on not-for-profit universities, with the cost of purchasing their own equipment being much lower than the large capital investment […]

Red Hat Opens State-of-the-Art Facility in Boston

In early January, Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source enterprise software, and the Hariri Institute for Computing announced a groundbreaking partnership aimed at advancing research into emerging and translational technologies, such as cloud computing and big data platforms. During a five-year partnership, Red Hat will invest a total of $5 million in creating the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University (Red Hat […]

Cloud Computing Initiative Advances Research Model through Industry Engagement

More and more, the services and applications we use for communication, security, storage, analytics, and just about every other technological need are based in the cloud. For most users, that’s a vague term meaning “not housed locally.” For the researchers and engineers working with the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC) project and Red Hat Collaboratory, both hosted at Boston University, it’s a world of opportunity.

Institute’s Cloud Computing Initiative to Host Red Hat VP of Management & OpenShift Engineering

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
1:30 PM – 3:15 PM
CGS 511
871 Commonwealth Avenue

The Cloud Computing Initiative (CCI) of the Hariri Institute for Computing will be hosting the first Red Hat Cloud Computing Colloquium Series talk.

Developing an Enterprise Scale Container Management, Orchestration, and PaaS with OpenShift
Matt Hicks
Vice President, Management and OpenShift Engineering, Red Hat

BU and Red Hat Announce $5M, 5-year Research Partnership

Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source enterprise software, and BU’s Cloud Computing Initiative (CCI), part of the Hariri Institute for Computing, are pleased to announce a new partnership aimed at advancing research into emerging and translational technologies, such as cloud computing and big data platforms. Red Hat is investing $5 million in a five-year partnership that will create the Red Hat Emerging Technologies Lab at Boston University (RHET Lab @BU).

Chris Wright, VP of Red Hat, to Give 1/25 Wed@Hariri Seminar

In collaboration with Boston University’s Cloud Computing Initiative (CCI), the Hariri Institute for Computing will be hosting Chris Wright, Vice President and Chief Technologist of Red Hat, for a Wednesday@Hariri seminar.
Wednesday, January 25, 2017;
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM, networking and refreshments at 2:45 PM (with reception to follow the talk);
Hariri Institute for Computing